Hillsboro Police Log: March 15-21, 2021
Monday, March 15
Officers arrested a woman on multiple outstanding warrants in the 400 block of Southeast Washington Street after she was reported for slashing tires with a knife.
Officers took a report of a theft in the 5300 block of East Main Street. An Amazon package was stolen off a porch.
Tuesday, March 16
Officers arrested a man on Southeast Walnut Street near 10th Street for pointing a handgun at passing traffic. The firearm was later determined to be an Airsoft gun.
Officers arrested a man for disorderly conduct on Southeast Tualatin Valley Highway near 75th Avenue after he was found walking around naked in the roadway.
Wednesday, March 17
Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle in the 1400 block of Northeast Edgefield Street.
Officers took a report of criminal mischief in the 2800 block of Southeast Primrose Street. Community mailboxes were forcibly entered.
Thursday, March 18
Officers took a report of an unauthorized entry into a motor vehicle in the 600 block of Northwest Hertel Street. A 9mm pistol was stolen from an unlocked car.
Officers took a report of a burglary in the 5300 block of Northeast Harrow Street. Tools were stolen from a garage.
Friday, March 19
Officers arrested a woman in the 10000 block of Northeast Eider Court for probation violation.
Officers arrested a man in the 700 block of Southeast Oak Glen Way for a restraining order violation.
Saturday, March 20
Officers took a report of criminal mischief in the 1900 block of Northeast 51st Avenue. A community mailbox was forcibly entered.
Officers arrested a man for DUII on Southeast Maple Street near 11th Street. The man was also in possession of drugs and associated items for selling drugs.
Sunday, March 21
Officers responded to a burglary in the 1900 block of Southeast 32nd Avenue. Over $10,000 worth of tools and equipment and a firearm were stolen.
Officers arrested a man in the 700 block of Northeast Oak Glen Way for a restraining order violation after he texted his ex.
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